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File #: 23-0083SP2    Name: Bray Central Two Retail Sales
Type: Agenda Item Status: Consent Item
In control: City Council Regular Meeting
On agenda: 11/7/2023 Final action:
Title: Consider/Discuss/Act on a Site Plan for Retail Sales, Located at 1880 Bray Central Drive
Attachments: 1. PZ Minutes, 2. Standard Conditions Checklist, 3. Location Map and Aerial Exhibit, 4. Letter of Intent, 5. Ex. PD Ord. No. 1563, 6. Proposed Site Plan, 7. Proposed Landscape Plan
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Title

Consider/Discuss/Act on a Site Plan for Retail Sales, Located at 1880 Bray Central Drive

 

Summary

 

COUNCIL GOAL:                     Direction for Strategic and Economic Growth

                                          (1C:  Provide a strong city economy by facilitating a balance between industrial, commercial, residential, and open space)

 

MEETING DATE:                     November 7, 2023

 

DEPARTMENT:                      Development Services - Planning Department

 

CONTACT:                       Jennifer Arnold, AICP, Director of Planning

                     Caitlyn Strickland, AICP, Planning Manager

                     Roderick Palmer, Planner II

                     

 

RECOMMENDED CITY COUNCIL ACTION: Staff recommends approval of the proposed site plan with the following condition(s):

 

Prior to issuance of a building permit:

 

1.                     The applicant satisfy the conditions as shown on the Standard Conditions for Site Plan Approval Checklist, attached.

 

 

APPLICATION SUBMITTAL DATE:                     July 24, 2023 (Original Application)

                                                                                                                              August 21, 2023 (Revised Submittal)

                                                                                                                              August 31, 2023 (Revised Submittal)

                                                                                                                              September 13, 2023 (Revised Submittal)

                                                                                                                              

 

ITEM SUMMARY: The applicant is proposing to construct a 4870 square foot retail sales store, on approximately .5470 acres at the Northeast corner of Bray Central Drive and U.S. Highway 75.

 

Typically, site plans can be approved at the staff level. However, per the governing zoning ordinance (“PD” - Planned Development District Ordinance No. 1563), a complete site plan and landscape plan must be approved by the Planning and Zoning Commission and City Council prior to development.

 

PLATTING STATUS:  The subject property is currently platted as Lot 9, Block B of the Bray Central Two Addition. An Amending plat of the subject property must be approved prior to the commencement of any development activity on the subject property.

 

EXISTING ZONING AND LAND USES:

 

Location

Zoning District (Permitted Land Uses)

Existing Land Use

Subject Property

“PD”- Planned Development District 1563 (Industrial and Office Uses)

Undeveloped Land

North

PD”- Planned Development District 1563 (Industrial and Office Uses)

Days Inn Hotel

South

PD”- Planned Development District 1563 (Industrial and Office Uses)

Mercedes Benz Of McKinney

East

PD”- Planned Development District 1563 (Industrial and Office Uses)

Days Inn Hotel and El Dorado Collision Repair

West

N/A

U.S Highway 75

 

ACCESS/CIRCULATION:                      

 

Adjacent Streets:

U.S. Highway 75, Variable Width Right of Way, Major Regional Highway  Bray Central Drive, 80’ Right-of-Way, Minor Arterial

 

PARKING: The applicant has satisfied the minimum parking requirements as specified within Section 206E (Vehicle Parking and Loading) of the Unified Development Code.

 

LOADING SPACES: The applicant has satisfied the minimum loading space requirements as specified within Section 206E (Vehicle Parking and Loading) of the Unified Development Code.

 

SOLID WASTE CONTAINERS:  The sanitation container screening walls will be brick, stone masonry or other architectural masonry finish, including a metal gate, primed and painted, and the sanitation container screening walls, gate, and pad site will be constructed in accordance with the City of McKinney Design Specifications.  The applicant has provided the required notation on the proposed site plan.

 

LANDSCAPING REQUIREMENTS: The applicant has satisfied all landscaping requirements as specified in Section 206A (Landscaping) of the Unified Development Code.

 

SCREENING REQUIREMENTS: The applicant has provided the required notation stating that all mechanical, heating, and air conditioning equipment shall be screened from the public right-of-way and from adjacent residential properties.  The applicant has properly screened the sanitation container and has satisfied the minimum requirements as specified in Section 206C (Screening of the Unified Development Code.

 

LIGHTING AND GLARE REGULATIONS:  The applicant will be responsible for complying with Chapter 58 (Lighting and Glare Regulations) of the City of McKinney Code of Ordinances.  The applicant has provided the required notation stating that the lighting will be in conformance to the requirements of the City of McKinney Code of Ordinances on the site plan.

 

ARCHITECTURAL STANDARDS:  The applicant will be responsible for meeting all applicable requirements of Section 206F (Architectural Standards) of the Unified Development Code. Architectural building elevations are subject to review and approval by the Chief Building Official, prior to issuance of a building permit. 

 

TREE PRESERVATION ORDINANCE:  The applicant will be responsible for complying with the Tree Preservation Ordinance.  The applicant has submitted a tree survey, subject to review and approval of the City’s Landscape Architect.

 

PUBLIC IMPROVEMENTS: 

 

Sidewalks:

Required along U.S. Highway 75, Bray Central Drive

Hike and Bike Trails:

Not Required

Road Improvements:

All road improvements necessary for this development, and as determined by the City Engineer

Utilities:

All utilities necessary for this development, and as determined by the City Engineer

Discussion: Under the requirements of the Subdivision Ordinance, the applicant will be required to construct all necessary public improvements prior to filing the accompanying plat, unless otherwise specified in an approved facilities agreement.

 

DRAINAGE:  The applicant will be responsible for all drainage associated with the subject property, and for compliance with the Storm Water Ordinance, which may require on-site detention.  Grading and drainage plans are subject to review and approval by the City Engineer, prior to issuance of a building permit. 

 

FEES:

 

Roadway Impact Fees:

Applicable (Ordinance No. 2020-12-091)

Utility Impact Fees:

Applicable (Ordinance No. 2020-12-092)

Median Landscape Fees:

Not applicable 

Park Land Dedication Fees:

Not Applicable

Pro-Rata:

As determined by the City Engineer

 

OPPOSITION TO OR SUPPORT OF REQUEST:  Staff has received no citizen comments in support of or in opposition to this request. This does not include emails or letters that may have been sent directly to members of the Council. Staff has not received any citizen comments through the online citizen portal.

 

BOARD OR COMMISSION RECOMMENDATION: On October 10, 2023, the Planning and Zoning Commission voted 7-0-0 to recommend approval of the proposed site plan.